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Adding A Single-Engine to a 135 Certificate

ShyFlyGuy

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Gentlemen,

A friend of mine is looking to add a Cirrus to an existing 135 certificate that only has a Senica on it at the moment.

What are the considerations that we need to address aside from insurance? I seem to recall added requirements for a single-engine aircraft on a 135 certificate.

Thanks in advance,

Shy
 

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TheInsider

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Gentlemen,

A friend of mine is looking to add a Cirrus to an existing 135 certificate that only has a Senica on it at the moment.

What are the considerations that we need to address aside from insurance? I seem to recall added requirements for a single-engine aircraft on a 135 certificate.

Thanks in advance,

Shy

You need:
a) A training program and a 135 ride.
b) Aircraft conformity check.
c) MEL
d) OpSpec for SEL
 
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brokeflyer

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You need:
a) A training program and a 135 ride.
b) Aircraft conformity check.
c) MEL
d) OpSpec for SEL


in other words to have a multi-plane multi-pilot operations it's gonna be a lotta paper work. It's easier to dump the twin and put the single on.
 
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